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poltroon. again, thanks for watching us tonight. i'm bill o'reilly. please always remember the spin stops here. we are definitely looking out for you. >> this is a fox news alert. the tense standoff situation in florida ends tonight. the suspect was shot and killed when a s.w.a.t. team stormed his home. one officer was shot but his injuries are not life-threatening. police say the hostages are slightly injured but should be okay. it began earlier today when firefighters respond today a call to medical attention in suwanee, georgia. that's about 35 miles outside of atlanta. the man was demanding for his cable and electric to be turned back on. we will monitor the story and bring you the latest details as they come in. and finally, president obama has
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put forth his budget proposal. i will be joined by the gop whip. but let me get into the details. earlier today the $3.8 trillion plan was unveiled, immediately proving he has no intention of ever getting washington's fiscal house in order. instead he's willing to reach deeper into the pockets of you, the hardworking taxpayers in this country. watch this. >> here's a clear and unassailable fact. our deficits are already falling. over the past two years i have signed legislation that will reduce our deficits by more than $2.5 trillion. more than two-thirds of it through spending cuts and the rest through asking the rest of americans to be paying their fair share. that doesn't mean we don't have more work to do, but here's how we finish the job. my budget will reduce our
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deficits by nearly another $2 trillion so that all tolled, we will have southern passed the goal of $4 trillion in deficit reduction that independent economists believe with we need to stabilize our finances. >> where does he come up with these numbers? by the way, did you notice fair share again and again and again. his plan includes nothing more but spending and taxes. republicans on the budget committee they crunched the numbers. the figures they came up are scary. over the next ten years over this budget, over 8.$2 trillion will be added in few debt, the opposite of what the president is saying. but it will take more money from hardworking americans, specifically more than $1.1 trillion in brand new taxes. the administration already has big plans on how think want to spend the money because the budget proposes $964 billion in
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new spending. he will never learn. joining me is california congressman ken neglect montgomery. his last two budgets he couldn't get a single democrat, congressman, to vote for it so we have $1.1 trillion in new taxes. he got increase necessary january and now we have $964 billion of new spending. seriously? that's his budget? >> that is his budget. what's even worse, sean, is his budget never balances. when people do a budget in their own household, they do a budget so it bams so they get out of debt. he adds to the debt more, takes more taxes out of the economy from hardworking taxpayers so he can continue the spending spree. he never fixes the problem. >> he said about george bush that george bush was irresponsible and unpatriotic. this was when the debt was $9 trillion. taking a credit card to the bank of china in the name of our kids and grandkids and ringing up all
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this debt. now we have $16 trillion, over $6 trillion of new obama debt and now he's going to add $8.2 trillion by his own estimate? where does he think this is going to end? >> this is the real difference between the president's budget and the house republicans. house republicans budget will balance in ten years so we will stop borrowing. at the end of ten years just the debt of what we are going to pay every year will be more than $700 billion. that's what you are going to be paying. and that's -- how can you ever invest in the future or have an economy that will grow? he grows government by more than 5%. >>. >> we have to deal with another issue here and somebody has to say it, i guess i will. because not only is this delusional on the part of the president, he's showing great arrogance in ethe only one that's fair and balanced in his own thinking and his own mind here, but he's also full of
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crap. can we lay this on the table? sorry to say that, congressman. i said it, you didn't. but he says reduce the deficit $5.2 trillion. that's total garbage. he's lying to the american people. because they are not cutting spending. they are not cutting back on deficits. he's given us record deficits. how does he with a straight face tell this garbage to the american people? >> i don't know. it's a lot of smoke and mirrors because it never balances. it takes another 1.1 it would. he didn't even produce it until the house passed a budget and the senate passed a budget. why did he produce a budget? because he's missed every deadline. no budget he has ever produced has even got one vote from a republican nor a at that time has ever voted for any of husband budgets. that's the sad part about it and that's why we in this fiscal mess. >> you guys came up with through paul ryan, i like the penny plan, cut one penny out of every
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dollar, no increases. but i'm just a humble little talk show host, but with that said, you guys have increased spending 4% a year every year for ten years and every democrat acts like, you know, you are gutting, you are cutting, you are destroys, when you are upping the anti every year. >> the other thing that's important here, not what people in washington say about it but john taylor, an economist at stanford, he put a modeling system together and looked at our budget. what he found was the republican budget would grow the economy faster, would add another percentage of growth in the next year and that's what is really important to america. let's put people back to work. let's get them working and off the ability to have to need government assistance, but more importantly, buy homes, pay for the kids' college and is invest
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in the future. >> there is the president, what was it memphis soul night at the white house and justin timberlake and queen latifah and al green we will show a video of the president and he's sitting there with michelle and having himself a good time. we are paying for all that at a time he's paying about the sequester, at a final he's complaining about cuts and furloughs, he's having the time of his life partying with tiger woods and vacationing all over the place. >> and then he cuts the self-guided doors from the white house because there's not enough money for the people to be able to see their own house. that's absurd. it's what's wrong with washington and what is wrong with the priorities of washington. here you have republicans in the house that are putting priorities first to grow the economy, balance the budget because you know what is really fair to americans, not to leave a debt for their children, not to leave a debt for their next generation. >> we are robbing from them. here's my last question, congressman. the way the president
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characterizes you and conservatives and republicans you want to kill granny, you want to destroy the environment and you hate children, especially sick children that you want to just leave to fend for themselves. that's his characterization. but meanwhile he's accumulating all of this debt, record deficits, and then he lies. the president says he's cutting. he's not cutting. can you explain how you are going to combat that? >> well, the best way to do it is numbers don't lie. let's put our numbers out front and show his. but let the outside even study him. we have to continue to fight for this country. this country is too important and the one thing the house is doing is we are put a budget forward that balances. even the white house will tell you, rare less of the smoke and mirrors, his budget will never balance. >> sad. we are robbing the kids blind. go back and look what he said about president bush $9 trillion in debt ago. we will watch this unfold very closely. tell the fellow republicans,
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hold the line, fight. >> we will. >> we appreciate it. we will show the party video, i missed it. i wasn't invited. all that coming up on the program. a big party night. and i don't like the president lying to you, the american people. he hasn't cut anything, he's given us record debt, record deficits, and he tells you he cuts. he doesn't cut anything. coming up tonight on "hannity," we will examine it more with president ted cruz on gun patrol. and brand new developments rereal a missile launch by the north is imminent. that's coming up next. also later tonight. >> people who work hard and sacrifice and save their money and make major contributions, we think they should earn a little more. >> the obama phones, obama housing, obama phones. another bizarre television promo
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>> u.s. military is on high alert after they learned a launch by the north is considerably high. a missile test could occur,
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quote, at anytime. the startling news comes on the very day the rogue regime set as the deadline for foreign diplomats to leave the country. the secretary of defense, chuckky hagel, addressed this. >> as the american people should be concerned about their safety and security, we have every capacity to deal with any action that north korea would take to protect this country and the interests of this country and our allies. >> joining me now with an analysis of the unfolding crisis is former new mexico governor bill richardson. this guy is a a loose cannon. if seems every day he is paining himself into a corner which makes it, in my mind, more inevitable that something is going to happen. thoughts? >> well, i'm concerned, too, along the lines you said. that he's going to have to do
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something after all this rhetoric, these military threats, these missile tests in the past. and the danger is miss judgment. a miss calculation. i think the secretary of defense was right to say in his statement that north korea should not cross a certain line. again, there has to be, i believe, some kind of proportional response by the united states and the allies. what do i mean by that? well, if this is a test and this is a test that sends a missile into the ocean, it's still a hostile act. but i think everybody needs to be cool. what is happening, i believe, sean, in north korea, is that he's no longer doing this, the new leader, for domestic purposes. there has to be an end game and i believe the end game is that the north korea military, the hardliners, those that don't engagement, those that want some kind of hostilities, have gained the upper hand.
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and that's disturbing. >> i think you are probably right. i think he's being influenced by somebody. certainly i guess the sister of his grandfather is somebody with great influence, i read, and some others. i guess the thing i am concerned about, whether or not we are ready for the response. i know we sent the uss john mccain, i know we sent two fighter jets over there and one missile defense system in guam. does that seem we are amped up, god forbid, in case something happens? >> yes. i think at the same time we made those military maneuvers, our response, our rhetoric, has been restraint. i mean, we say, look, don't cross this line. you've done enough of this heavy rhetoric. i think we are working closely with our south korean allies for the need for any joint response. the danger, though, sean, is some naval skirmish on the
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yellow sea, something that would cause us to get heavily involved. what you worry about in this situation is the first few hours there can be a lot of damage, a lot of human damage. >> we have 30,000 troops there. all right. so if, in fact, he attacks south korea, we will be involved in a military battle against the north, correct? >> yeah, by treaty we have to. i think what we need to do right now is go to china and say to china, look, this is your ally. you have been very, very weak in pushing them to do the right thing, which is to cool down. >> how do we -- >> this is going to be -- >> i don't get this, we have to beg the chinese to be decent. the same chinese of that been hacking into our computer system. >> you don't beg them, you say to them this is going to be the consequence if you don't do something with north korea. the consequence is going to be
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very enhanced american military presence in asia, in northeast iraq, so you say this is your iraq, china doesn't want that. at the same time they don't want a bunch of north korean refugees coming into china. they helped us at the un with tougher sanctions. china right now i think is important. >> in all the years i have interviewed you i don't think i have asked this, and you were the u.n. ambassador, i always viewed the u.n. as anti-american. >> i know you don't like the u.n. but here's a case. the u.n. secretary is a south korean. he used to be a foreign minister. i think getting him to be, and
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the -- get them out of the box diplomacy, solution, let's see if we can find a way out of this mess but keep america's strength in the region, keep our allies protected. this is very tense and tough right now. >> i just wish we didn't have to fund the overwhelming majority. i'm all for moving it to moscow and let them fund it. ambassador, good to see you. up next on hannity. >> people who work hard and sacrifice and save their money and make major contributions, we think they should earn a little more. >> coming up next the latest bizarre promo courtesy of the left wing nbc news, michelle malkin will square off with the overtly leftist views. last night president obama didn't seem too worried about the sequestration. he was there and dancing dancind
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>> tonight a follow-up to a story that we brought you last night. the network of matt lauer, brian williams, nbc news that operates under the guys of journalism is putting melissa harris perry to tout the leftist agenda. watch this. >> america will always want some level of -- people who work hard, sacrifice and saab their money and make major contributions, we think they should earn a little more and have more resources and that's fine. but we also, however; to have a floor under which nobody falls. if you are below that, especially if you are a child and you are below that, we are not going to accept that. you do have the right to healthcare and to education and to decent housing and to quality food at all times. >> obama phones, obama food,
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obama housing. only hardworking people. you just get a little teensy, and also bit more. and the promo we heard last night, let's remind our audience of the linecy that's being pro no, sirred by nbc news. >> we have never invested as much in public education as we should have because we've had a private notion of children. your kid is yours and totally your responsibility. we haven't had a very collective notion of these are our children so part of it is we have to break through our private idea that kids belong to their parents or kids belong to their families and recognize kids belong to whole communities. once its everybody's responsibility and not the household, then we start making better investments. >> the children be long to the community, not to you. and here is michelle malkin and leslie marshall. let's go over these words carefully here. part of it, we have to break through the kind of private idea that the kids belong to their
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parents. no, or that the kids belong to their families, and recognize that kids belong to the entire community. you have kids, right, leslie? >> yes, i do. i have two, and i would agree with that. i mean, as i'm sitting here right now, i believe we as a community have a responsibility to the children and not just -- >> and not just the blue book and or fans who don't have parents, but when he send my kids to school, sean, the teacher is part of that community a taking care of them. when we pay, and before i had kids, when i paid for my tax dollars for the public school system and for breakfast and lunch for kids that weren't mine, was that making me a socialist or is that making me part of the community taking care of children. >> my kids do not belong to the, quote, whole community. they aren't everybody's problem, they are my responsibility. you know what? that doesn't mean we don't take care of kids in need, we do. we are a compassion national
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society. how do you react to this line nassi? because i think the it kicks in here. we know how to raise our kids. >> we are all parents. we're all parents here. leslie, sean and myself. i think that this sentiment broadcast on msnbc which now it's confirmed stands for maoist socialist nut balls broadcasting company -- >> oh, god. >> -- should send a shiver down every parent's spine. what we are talking about here is the worst kind of collectism, and, yes, it is anti-american. this is a message not only to these people who didn't have any problem whatsoever with broadcasting that. that's what what is creepy to me. there wasn't a single producer or editor who looked at this woman broadcasting this and thought this is just
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bone-chilling. i think there is something that every parent who believes in the prime ascy and the civil society building blocks, want to say to these progressives who claim that their children belong to everybody else. you know what it is, hands off my kids. >> exactly. >> my kids are not your begin any pigs, my kids are not your cash cows. my kids' minds are not for you to propagandize and my kids future is not for you to raid in the name of social justice and the need for more failed investment. >> i think there's a deeper level here we've seen. liberals often say conservatives are trying to impose their values on society. you look at government-run schools where many kids are trapped in family school systems, but often it's the left that feels that they don't like the values that are being taught at home.
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after all, those parents believe in jesus. those parents are christians. so they think they have the right to counteror contradict the values that parents are instilling in their kids, either through sex education, views on homosexuality, whatever it happens to be because they think they are right. >> i would totally disagree with that. not only as a parent. >>. >> whoa, not a matter of disagreeing. >> sean, sean. >> wait a minute, they are giving first graders -- >> wait a minute. >> if they are showing kids how to put a condom on a cucumber. >> you want no abortion, stop the pregnancy, that's a whole another topic. michelle, i love your passion but i want to know where the passion is by americans on the right since i am on american on the left and such a loan, who parents will go to bed with parents who can't afford to feed them. >> this is an alien concept to you. >> the child is thrown under the bus?
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>> i know. >> let her answer it. she asked the question. >> jacques -- >> leslie, let her answer. >> a civil society relies on parents who private charity and churches and local organizations and local governments and state governments to be the primary caretakers and careers of the children. you want to talk about federal investments, i mean, these few people do not operate in reality. you have these people at msnbc who bemoney the fact we don't invest enough. united states now spends more per capita on education than any other of the 34 wealthiest country necessary the world except for switzerland. the amount of money we have spent on discretionary, at the federal level alone, is now
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$51 billion. that's on top of $34 billion for mandatory pell grants. $4 million for race to the top. and you look at every single liberal paradise where all they do is spend, spend, spend, and the record is one of abysmal failure. >> leslie, hang on. i only have a minute. hang on a second. i have a final question. >> please. >> ladies. >> my question to you is in this ad she says that you have a right to healthcare, a right to education, right to decent housing, right to quality food at all times. i don't have a problem with the safety net, but when one in five children live in poverty, government now has failed people because they have taken over such a large part of the economy. but that's a different story. i mean, is there anything that you don't think -- should the government provide healthcare? yes. dental care? yes. housing? yes. obama phones? yes. clothing? we are going to have the obama clothing line coming out next?
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i'm wondering at what point do you say government doesn't need to be involved in every aspect of people's lives. the church, states, local communities, they can fill the void here. >> i'm not a mormon, and i was blown away by something that they have an entire square in salt lake city, utah where everything is free for not just members of the church but members of the community who are in need. we need to do morph that. church attendance is down and that means money in the coughers are down and less to give to children from the charitable organizations. >> bottom line, look at every democrat-run city. chicago, detroit, philadelphia, los angeles, these liberal hell holes from proven impervious to social justice. >> we have to go. coming up, the so-called bipartisan deal on expanding background checks has supposedly been reached.
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we have an update unless my next guest joined forces with his conserve of it colleagues for another filibuster. when we come back senator ted cruz has the answer. and it's a special hannity highlight real at the president's last night's embarrassing behavior at last night's soul concert. don't forget we want to hear from you. log on to "hannity live" and follow the live show and share your thoughts and much more. go to hannity live. the humble back seat.
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amendment to harry reid's sweeping gun legislation is a no-brainer. but not everyone agreed. they released a statement that reads in part, quote, no background check would have prevented the tragedies. >> after previously trying block any legislation, any next guest to here to tell us whether he plans to filibuster the so-called bipartisan deal. senator welcome back. how are you? >> great. thanks to be with you. >> the nra is 100% right. there is nothing being passed, all the feel-good legislation, not one thing being proposed would have prevent any. those tragedies. so what's the point? >> you are exactly right.
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the approach of the federal government should be simple. we should focus on deterring and punishing violent criminals. it's violent controls that commit these horrific crimes of violence and that's where the target should be. statement we should be safeguarding the constitutional rights of lawful, peaceful citizens. what we're seeing right now is a lot of politicians running out and sadly taking advantage of the horrific tragedy that happened in new town. a tragedy that everyone was horrified to see. but let me give you an example of when we should be focusing rather the direction the senate democrats have tried to take this. we should be focusing on violent criminals and that has not been the obama justice department's priority. in 2010 there were over 15,000 felons and fugitives who tried to illegally purchase firearms. of those 15,000, the obama justice department prosecute
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only 44. let me repeat. 15,000 and only prosecuted 44. i'm introducing legislation to direct the justice department to prosecute felons and fugitives who are illegally trying to buy guns rather than to try to restrict and take away the constitutional rights of law-abiding citizens. >> i totally agree. and there's one other component. i don't want to wake up and tune into this network and hear that another one of these tragedies have taken place. we protect our president. we have a great secret service and thank god, we have to protect our president, we have to protect our elected officials. i notice athletes and hollywood stars like jim carey, they hire learjets and own bodyguards that are armed. why not put retired policemen and retired military guys in each school? if we really want to have a first line of defense and prevent this from happening, why not do that?
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>> there's no doubt school safety, additional security, makes sense. targeting bad guys, targeting felons makes sense, and the unhappy truth, which none of the proponents of gun control want to admit, gun control doesn't work. if you look at cities with the most aggressive gun control plans, cities like chicago and washington d.c., who tried to ban guns all together, they on k sis tently have some of the highest crime rates and murder rates in the entire country. this doesn't work because when you strip away the right to keep and bear arms of law-abiding citizens, the criminals keep their arms, just disarm the populous. >> 32 gun purchases every minute because people are afraid they may not be able to get these guns down the road. i myself bought extra guns, extra ammo in anticipation of all this nonsense coming. i want to ask you because he
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brought some of the families, and i don't blame the families for getting on air force one or meeting with the president. but there was one of the the parents that actually disagrees with the president and he didn't get the invitation on air force one. so it seems the president is once again using families of tragedy as props for his agenda. am i wrong? >> every one of us, our heart weeps for those parents. we have two little girls at home. i cannot imagine the agony those parents are feeling. but i think it's sad. i think it's wrong that politicians try to take advantage of their suffering not to actually fix the problem, but instead to push the same anti-gun agenda they had before this tragedy. and it's an agenda that's directed, you know, why is all this focus directed at background checks? the reason is because the department of justice has said the only way to implement what they warnings universal background checks, is a federal religion city of every gun owner america and that would be wrong, it would be unconstitutional.
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>> well, if this doesn't work, what's the point? feel-good legislation and they aren't solving the problem. our hearts and prayers do go out to all the families. thanks for being with us. >> absolutely. thank you, sawn. >> coming up, a hannity highlight real of the president's embarrassing behavior at last night's memphis soul concert on your dime. plus the architect that was heckled during a speech earlier today and with students calling him a murder and worse, he had some pretty good lines to respond. he will join us next. k? it will if it's new outlast stay fabulous foundation. it's a primer, concealer and foundation in one for all day flawless skin. new outlast stay fabulous from easy, breezy, beautiful covergirl. by the armful? by the barrelful? e carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy,
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>> that's what the so-called sequester means. some people may not have been impacted but there are a lot of folks who are being increasingly impacted throughout the country. that's why my budget replaces these cuts with smarter ones. >> did you catch that? that was president obama earlier today say egg understand the impact of the sequester. let's call it what it is. it a lie. does this look like a president that understand the costly impact of budget cuts on every day americans like kids and students can't get into the white house because of sequestration as the president is rocking, dancing, hanging out with just continue timer lake and queen latifah? does that look like a president
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compassion national about the 50 million americans on food stamps and one in five in poverty and one in six in poverty or does this look like a president who is tone-deaf and out of touch? we are one month removed from the white house being close today public tour efforts. unbelievable. you watch him dancing and what? what -- is this a new white board? what do you got? [laughter] >> i want a little bit of salmon dave there. the soul man, the memphis sound. >> now if i could just make it stop. >> i mean really. this is -- there's a tone-deafness that is shocking to me. >> yeah. you know, this thing cost about a million three. nine hundred thousand plus from public television that we pay for as taxpayers and about 400-some-odd dollars who came from the government and the taxpayers and we are borrowing a
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bunch of that. >> the poor assistant chef is being furloughed. >> and maybe public broadcasting and the white house ought to put their heads together and figure out how the taxpayer can be taken out of 24 deal all together. you can't tell me with this fantastic performance at the white house that they couldn't market through pbs a dvd of it or the music itself. you will notice, you know, the white house was so tone-deaf they put the whole thing up on the website. you can watch this on the website. they are giving away free content that's costing $434,000 of america's taxpayers' money while at the same time we can't find the money each week to allow people to come in and see the white house. >> and i'm watching the president eat like this is his own private concert and gulf tour. he's rockin' out there with michelle and the kids and yet kids can't visit the white house. >> fine, have the concert, it's a great american tradition. but pbs and white house in a
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time of economic distress and particularly when the president is talking about sequestration. and can i rant? you had footage of him up there earlier. he called it the reckless sequestration cuts. do we have to remind it was your idea? if you think it's so bad why did you come up with the idea in the first place and sign it in law if it was such a bad lie. why were you so reckless in proposing it? >> the media will never ask him. this is the next $8.2 trillion in new debt. that's a budget? that's what he proposed today. >> look, this was not a serious effort. you know, he had one -- there was a lot of -- some people said it was completely recycled. no. there is a high content of recyclable items. and he had some new items. but you notice it was met with deafening silence by the democrats in the congress today. you did not see nancy pelosicy step forward and say we intend to champion this. harry reid said, look, we
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already have a budget resolution in place. forget it. >> dead on arrival. >> dead on arrival. not a serious exercise. if the american ever needed serious leadership in a time of economic crisis, and now the president has been absent 65 days. >> you can replay obama from three years ago, and, you know, tax cuts for the rich, the one percent fair share, he's like a broken record. >> the reason it took 65 days to put together the budget is they ran out of game mix and they wanted to make sure they focus group tested the same this morning. this is ridiculous. there's a pretty good column in the wall street journal. >> that you wrote. >> and it's thursday. but the point i make in my column tomorrow morning is this guy is all about politics. the problem with that is ultimately the voters see it. that's why he is languishing below 50% in the polls. >> let me ask you and shift gears a little bit. and ask you about the secret regarding of mitch mcconnell's
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office. i spoke to his campaign manager today on my radio show. they are confident that this is not an internal leak. let me give you a small snippet of this. >> it's critical. chris cal christianity. she is sort of viewed as a -- like a man, presented and discussed exclusively with the male imagery. >> just your garden variety research. but in fact if it was not an internal leak and someone bugged this place, it should be a major scandals. >> either one of the inner circle of mitch mcconnell's campaign is be trying him or we have somebody violating the law. and the fbi ought to investigate it. and if somebody is violating the law, they ought to be after them. >> why is it conservatives, here you go to give a speech, u-mass
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am hurst? >> yes. they call you a murder and a terrorist and heckle you. and you had some pretty good jokes out of it. >> let me say this, i had a wonderful welcome there. had a wonderful dinner with the campus republicans of amhurst and u-mass. the audience was mostly respectful. we had ten or fifteen nuts there. they had to write down their heckling and read from their cards. >> you are a murderer. >> yes, but the chancellor of the college was there, chancellor swame. excellent comments and the security was great and i had fantastic questions from the students. and i had the nut questions why did you kill this person and so forth but i had good, respectful and some tough, really good questions. >> i stayed away from the crazy environment for a while. i have to be here every night so i have an excuse.
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>> exactly. >> karl rove, great to see you. >> thank you, sean. >> coming up, while left wings are busy in docket naturing your kids, they are glazing over chapters of real leaders like lead margaret thatcher. we have the video. these college kids don't know who she is. we will prove it next. all stations come over to mission a for a final go. this is for real this time. step seven point two one two. rify and lock. command is locked. five seconds. three, two, one. standing by for capture. the most innovative software on the planet... dragon is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers.
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>> time and again on this program we've demonstrated how liberal college prosers have indoctrinated your kids with their left wing theology. but while they are doing that he this are glossing over other historic facts and issues in the process. case in point the legacy of the late former british prime minister margaret thatcher. our friends at the media research center went to a college campus to see if students new about the iron lady and her incredible
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accomplishments, apparently not. >> do you know who margaret thatcher is? >> no. >> have you heard of her before? >> i heard of the last name. >> okay. what do you know about margaret thatcher? >> nothing about it. do you know who she is? >> no? have you ever heard the name before? >> no. >> what does the name margaret thatcher mean to you? >> i don't know. >> have you heard of her? >> no. >> do you want to take a guess? >> activist? >> not really. what do you know about margaret thatcher? >> nothing. >> nothing at all? have you ever heard the name? >> yes. >> who was margaret thatcher? >> she was like the prime minister of england. >> that's right. >> ding, ding, ding. i wonder how much they knew about how well-versed they might have been versed about kim kardashian or maybe even honey boo-boo. you send your kids to college an

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